Hi, first of all what a great software is Duplicacy!! But still I have learn to use it …That’s why I have a question…
I have some computers, my important data is mostly on my NAS in a few separate shared folders.
My wife has her own computer, and stores most of her data locally.
I’ve created a shared folder on the NAS for her and when she shuts down her machine it’s mirroring a few dirs with a script using Robocopy to the NAS. (my first internal backup with BTRFS snapshots)
On the NAS I have a docker container with Duplicacy (Web-UI) and some shared folders where the container have access to. From there I make a backup now and then to a external drive that I rotate with another disk that I keep offsite.
Beside that I also want to backup to Backblaze B2, but firstly I created a separate bucket and storage for every shared folder… I came back from that idea because of all the different secrets/storage passwords and different backup schedules I had to create.
Now I’m on the train of making one big backup, I’ve started that about a week ago and still uploading getting memory messages from my NAS etc…
Now my question : what is the best idea to backup in this situation?
Multiple shares on a NAS running a Duplicacy docker container,
- Multiple storages and seperate backups
- One storage multiple backups
- One storage, one backup
Besides that an rotating external drive that I keep offsite.
In total it will be around 7TB to upload.
Thanks already for your opinions and helping making my backup better